Seedless grapes

@stvasile (7317)
Romania
March 3, 2007 11:32am CST
Where do they get the seeds to grow seedless grapes?
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@Modestah (11195)
• United States
3 Mar 07
LOL, that is funny. must be the same place they get them for seedless oranges? I am pretty sure the seedless fruits are propagated by grafting from one root source to another, as the vines grow, they take a bit off and graft it to another plant. grape vines grow like mad.
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@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
3 Mar 07
You got that right ;). Vines don't grow from seeds. But I'm wondering, what about the seedless water melons??? In nature, water melons don't grow from stems like vines, they plant seeds... Is it possible to multiply water melons through stems too?
@Modestah (11195)
• United States
3 Mar 07
Seedless watermelons have seeds just very few and mostly immature ones. I am not sure how they go about propagating them, would be interesting to learn.
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@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
4 Mar 07
Well, that's something new! I have no experience with any seedless...plants. I'm just wondering and waiting to find out, just like you.
@sj_chaudhry (1538)
• Canada
3 Mar 07
hhmm wonder my self to get to know how they grew such thing with out seeds... you maya slo see seedless oranges which are absolutely juicy and tasty but there would be no seed in there..starnge aint it?? well i keep eye on your discussion so that may be someone would come up with real information on this. ;-)
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@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
3 Mar 07
If nobody knows, I'll give the answer on the grapes, but I'll have to look into the oranges problem...